CDK5-dependent phosphorylation and nuclear translocation of TRIM59 promotes macroH2A1 ubiquitination and tumorigenicity

Youzhou Sang, Yanxin Li, Yingwen Zhang, Angel A. Alvarez, Bo Yu, Weiwei Zhang, Bo Hu, Shi Yuan Cheng, Haizhong Feng*

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